Thanks for this Mark. Maybe thats what I should do, just inform the user
about the autoprops config. Anyway, just another question, I tried it out in
one of our html file and noticed that css file are not interpreted (results
to html file not displaying properly), is this really the case?
On 8/30/07, Mark Reibert <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-08-30 at 11:57 +0800, Mike A. wrote:
> > Thanks Mark, but is there any other way I can set it in each
> > repository in the server so that I don't need to ask every user.
> Unfortunately, not at this time. Repository-defined autoprops are listed
> as a medium-term goal on the Subversion roadmap
> (http://subversion.tigris.org/roadmap.html), but they do not yet exist.
> If your user base is small enough you could distribute a common SVN
> client configuration file that contains the autoprops you want. I have
> done this for past small groups, going so far as to wrap it up in an
> installer for the Windows clients. If your user base is large then I am
> afraid there is no good answer.
> > Maybe we can do it in hooks but I'm not that familiar with setting up
> > hooks yet :)
> This would not be advisable as there are subtle but important reasons to
> not modify a transaction in a pre-commit hook. Check out the link below
> and scroll down to the pink warning box.
> Mark S. Reibert, Ph.D.
Received on Thu Aug 30 06:51:08 2007